São Tomé et Principe
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Auteur: David Hall and Emanuele Lobina, Public Services International Research Unit, for World Development Movement
[refers to Veolia, Saur (part of Bouygues), Biwater, EDF, Suez, Lahmeyer, Sinergie, Thames Water (part of RWE)]
Auteur: Coligação Internacional Publish What You Pay (Publiquem O Que Pagam)
A Coligação Internacional Publish What You Pay – PWYP (Publiquem O Que Pagam - POQP), e as organizações suas parceiras em S. Tomé e Príncipe e Nigéria, estão extremamente preocupadas com as sérias falhas reveladas por um relatório, relativamente à...
Auteur: Publish What You Pay Coalition
The International Publish What You Pay Coalition (PWYP) and its partner organizations in São Tomé and Principe and Nigeria are extremely concerned about serious flaws revealed by a report into the 2005 bidding round for oil blocks in the Joint...
Auteur: Tobias Webb & Paul Hohnen, Ethical Corporation
Government policy, NGO engagement, innovation, transparency, and increased accountability will be the big themes for the coming year... [refers to Microsoft, Wal-Mart, Shell, Walt Disney, General Electric]
Auteur: Open Society Justice Initiative
Legal Remedies for the Resource Curse is a digest of practical experience in using law to combat corruption across jurisdictions. When resource extraction companies can obtain oil, diamonds, gold, coltan, timber, and other natural resources through...
- Egalement dans: Cape/Gencor lawsuits (re So. Africa) Union Carbide/Dow lawsuit (re Bhopal) Unocal lawsuit (re Myanmar) PlusMoins
- Entreprises concernées: Acres International Dow Chemical Elf Aquitaine (now part of Total) Halliburton HSBC KBR Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) PNC Financial Services Riggs Bank (now part of PNC Financial Services) Rougier Santander Shell Total Union Carbide (part of Dow)
Auteur: Sapa [So. African Press Association] & AFP
A civic rights group from Angola's oil-rich Cabinda province said on Tuesday that oil had been a "curse" for the region and called on American giant ChevronTexaco and others to recognise the dire humanitarian conditions of the people who live there.
- Entreprises concernées: Chevron
Auteur: George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management & founder, Open Society Institute, in Financial Times
Countries that are rich in natural resources are often poor because exploiting those resources takes precedence over good government...Lifting this resource curse could make a large contribution to alleviating poverty and misery in the world...The...
Auteur: John Vidal, Guardian [UK]
São Tomé...is now a test case for oil companies and the world: will it be plundered and overwhelmed by the changes about to happen? Or could it...become the only...country ever to have found oil in large quantities, shared the benefits equitably and...